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Synonym for feep. Usage: rare among hackers, but commoner in the Real World.

ding

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"dinged": What happens when someone in authority gives you a minor bitching about something, especially something trivial. "I was dinged for having a messy desk."
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'Cabot remains committed to returning a minimum of 50 percent of its annual free cash flow to shareholders in any given year, while also preserving cash on the balance sheet to support continued opportunistic returns of capital, even in the lows of the natural gas price cycle,' noted Dinges. 'Our outlook for continued positive free cash flow generation provides us confidence that we will remain an industry leader in returning capital to shareholders.'
Dinges, a baby boomer who has studied young adult Catholics, said his generation tends to "mistakenly assume that our agenda in the church is the same as their agenda."
This has an economic and social knock-on effect, as industries and communities that are reliant on the good health of waterbodies are severely impacted by the poor health of these waterbodies," Dinges said.
Dinges, as executive vice president of its Commercial Operations.
Dinges, Cabot's chairman, president, and CEO, said, 'In addition to the number of new locations, this acreage will allow synergies in our operations on many fronts including infrastructure and facility utilization.'
However, only one presentation dealt with the issue of shift and night work, a practice which is already well established in aviation at different levels and the effects of which have been associated with increased risks to safety (Graeber, Rosekind, Connell and Dinges, 1990; Samel, Wegmann, and Vejvoda, 1995; Caldwell, 2012).
darin nah, dass es das Sein des Dinges unabanderlich--in Stein
From left: professor Sam Aryee, Dr Nick Lee, Laura-Lee Summerfield and Stuart Wigham Pictures by Tony Flanagan; Professor David Bennett and Kelly-Anne Lewis, director of communications ABS; From left: Professor Michael West, executive dean ABS; Dr Brigitte Nicouland, Dr Naomi Brookes ABS; Commander Dr Mike Young, head of leadership and management Royal navy; From left: Ayo Ajayi, Sharafat Ali, Oliver Dinges, Simon Hague and Jay Mathur
The number of errors made by nurses increases when nurses work more than 12 hours in a shift or more than 40 hours per week (Rogers, Hwang, Scott, Aiken, & Dinges, 2004).
The project seeks to put such energy to use, said Rich Dinges, director of technology developments and innovation for General Dynamics Land Systems.
"It's the right thing to do and is something we really believe in," said Vicky Dinges, Allstate assistant vice president.
The authors noted that nurses working on specialized units, such as dialysis, are often required to be available to work extra hours on call in addition to working their regularly scheduled shifts (Rogers, Hwang, Scott, Aiken, & Dinges, 2004).